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Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.
Service mesh

Istio announces pair of vulnerabilities, and matching pair of updates to fix them

The Istio team has rushed a brace of updates to plug vulnerabilities in Envoy, the high-performance proxy which is central to the service mesh.
microsoft azure devops

How’s Azure DevOps working for you? Microsoft launches widgets that will tell you

Just over six months after launching Azure DevOps, Microsoft will give users the opportunity to see how it’s working for them in the shape of an analytics...
What's the point

What’s the point: Azure DevOps for Londoners, Front Doors for all, updates for Databricks,...

Microsoft has brought DevOps to London for the first time. Or rather, customers can now create Azure DevOps organisations and choose that their data will be stored...

Google scraps AI ethics panel after (another) workers revolt

Google has demonstrated just how fast things move in AI, by scrapping the ethics panel it set up barely a week ago. The search...
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AI researchers call on AWS to stop flogging face recog tech to cops

A squad of top AI researchers, including employees of Google, Microsoft and Facebook, have signed up to an open letter demanding that Amazon...

Travis CI launches Insights feature, confirms own outage

Travis CI has reached into the future to launch an Insights feature which will give users more information on how they are using the continuous integration platform.
microsoft azure devops

Microsoft promises to sooth Boards’ users’ Paper Cuts

Microsoft has ripped a small, but rather sharp, leaf out of recent acquisition GitHub’s playbook to help it tackle small but irritating issues with its Azure Boards...
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Chef says it’s going 100% open source, forks optional…

Chef has lifted a page from Red Hat’s recipe book, and is making all of its software 100 per cent open source, under the Apache 2 license.
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Google staffers rail against its AI ethics board, as privacy researcher quits

Google’s efforts to not be evil when it comes to AI have taken a knock, after one of its external advisors quit, and staffers at the search...
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Travis CI users left hanging as platform lies down

Travis CI suffered a prolonged outage this week, leaving users questioning the direction of the continuous integration service following its takeover by Idera in January, and subsequent...